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to thr Ocean Greyhound. Cpt Savior*?I'm sorry to lay, -*iame, we're delayed. The Teasel'* w,k( her shaft, ma'am. jlpt J. 8. (sympathetically)?Oh, Can't you fix It with this h*lr pjaS-Chicaffo News Becord. ?? NOT IS IT." ?Judffe. Ought to Do Well. "lie told me I was the only (firl he I tier loved." ??And told it so that you believed it?" Inquired her confidante. ??Yes." ??I would consider his offer very care folly. He ccrtainly ought to do well in business."?Washington Star. accidents make cripples. So docs Rheumatism, and after a time it kills, too! Dr. Drummond's Light ning Remedy relieves the pain at once, jjd it is warranted to cure. One bottle. Sice five dollars, is enough for uuy or n?ry case. If you cannot get it from I tour druggist, write to the Drnmmond | Mfdiciue Co., 48-80 Maiden Lane, New Voik. Agents wanted. 12-2 Liked Excitement. Ltttle .limmie?Mom, I wish you'd let me hair grow long, an' dress me in erreff'lar Lord Fanntleroy suit. Ilis Mother?Jus' hear th* lad! What fnr? Kittle Jiramie?'Cause I kin lick any boy er rae size, an' then I'd have more chances.?<?ood News, A Joke. Willigan?What's the matter, Fllli pui? \ on look as fnnercal as a humor ist FilUgan?Well, I'm thinking of tuna in? over a neiv leaf. Willigun?1That settles It. You are Indeed a humorist?Llpplncott's Maga zine. Joseph V. Dory, of Warsaw, 111., was troubled with rheumatism and tried a number of different remedies, lint says none of them B'-omed to do him any PkkI; but finally he got hold of one that speedily cured him. Ho was much pleased with it, and felt sure thatotbers nmilurly afflicted would like to known nlmt the remedy was that enred him. He states for the benefit of the pnblio that it is called Chamberlain's Pain Palm. For sale by H. L. Wells. f Not * DrcMM Reformer. "Does your new dress fit you well, Clam?" -V ? "Oh, splendidty! I can hardly move or breathe in it."?Hoston Globe. yreii Upton?:De Curb's failure is a pretty ' bad one, isn't it? Downtori-N-p, not so bad. lie's got his winter coal in.?N.. Y. Weekly. Another Urand. Wife?Is that one of the cigars I gave you ? liusband?Ot course not. Don't you see I am going to smoke it'/?Jury. ? Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkanans City, Kuu.. wishes to gives our renders the benefit ot his experience with colds. He says: "I oontraoted a oold early last *pring that settled on my lungs, and bad liardly recovered from it when I ninght another that hung on all sum- ' mer and left me with a backing cough which 1 thought I never would get rid of. I lmd used Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy soma fourteen yours ago with much success, and concluded to try it nunin. When I had got through with one bottle my cough had loft me, and I bavo not suffered with a cou^h or cohl MUce. I have reccoinniended it to others and all speak well of it" 50 cent bot tles for sale by H. L. Wells. f Why lie Oldn't Want to Come In. "Come in. Jaelc," cried his mother, j "it's going to ruin: besides, it is time for you to take your bath." "liaths is wetter than rain, mamma," | returned .lack.?Harper's Young People. | No Noi-elty About It. I'riend?Doctor, did you ever light a | duel? Doctor?A duel? No, indeed. What j novelty would it be for me to lull a man??Wasp. The Indignant Nephew. "6o to the Auat. thou Rluffgarfll" He went-she'd Klve h1cn no more; So ho had to go to his "untile," Where often be'd been before. ?Brooklyn Ufa. 4%IIovr to Cur? a Skin Disease." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No i Internal medicine required. Cures tetter i cczemn.lieh, nlleroptlonson the fsee.hana* ?"c.. leaving the skin clear, wbite and healthy. it* Kreat healln* and onratlve Powers are posHesftcd by no otber remedy. A?k your druKjjlBt for Rwayne's Olntraent 28 y The Other Wny. Ferguson?Are yon going to sue Rake i.v for damages? Ilenpeelc?W'hat for? Ferguson?What for? Why, for rnn r.ingofT with your wife. Hcnpi*ck ? Great Scott! No. I'm afraid he'll sue me.? N. Y. Herald. They Were Not Twins. Mrs. M. met frequently two charming little girls each much like the other. One morning she asked one of them: "Are you twins, my dear?" With an indignant shake of her curls answered: "No*ra! We's bofe girls." ?Texas Sittings. _ - THERE'S NOTHING CHEAP ABOUT IT. Dr. Drummond's Lightniug Remedy [er Hheumafcism is put np in large bot j es* and the price is five dollars a bot tle. It cures every time. All the cheap remedies put together are not worth one ! ypttle of Dr. Dmmraond'a lightning Kernedy, and any sufleror will l>ear wit bi'ss to that fact, and any druggist who has sold it is ready and willing to off# '?yidonce. One bottle will enre any or dinary case, and the money will be re inmiHl if it fails. Sent to atfy address Prepaid on receipt of prioe. Drnmmond ^edicino Co.. 48-50 Maiden Laue, New *ork. 12-3 to America, and many public and pri vate charities have assisted pauper* and encouraged criminals to come. How the country has suffered and is suffer ing to-day from the disposition to treat this country as a boundless pauper and penal .colony, we know too well. The people who assist members of the thrift less and dangerous classes to come hith er no doubt regard themselves as philanthropists; but their benevolence ! may be suspected when It take* the form of shifting upon others the bur dens which have fallen on their shoul ders. In fact, remarks a Boston con- i temporary, It Is a cheap way to dispose of paupers. The price of a man's sup port for six months or less out of the | poor rates will buy him a steerage tick et to New York, and thus the phllan- j thropist may rid himself forever of the care of his poor. Fortunately publia sentiment on this side of the water Is becoming aroused to the evil of being: forced to care for those ^ho. c^^here,/, because they can do nothing else. The time will come when congress also will be aroused, and will pass the laws nee- j essary to shut the doors against unde- , sirable immigrants. Tiie Columbian souvenir coin scheme is evidently going to prove successful and will bring into the world's fair treasury at least five million dollars. The method of disposing of the sou venir coins adopted by the commission j seems to be a very satisfactory one, as it precludes the possibility of any ex tensive speculation in them. Indeed, if everyone desirous of obtaining a sou j venlr would promptly put in his appli cation there would be no speculation at all and any future appreciation of value would be wholly due to the fact that the numl>er of coins Is strictly limited to two million five hundred thousand, not an excessive quantity when it is borne in mind that this is a nation | of sixty-five million people and that the mania for coin and medal collections j extends all over the jvorld. THIS 18 MEANT FOB YOU.v It lias l>cen truly said that half the ?lOrld does Dot know how theother half lives. Comparatively few of us havo I perfect health, owing to the impure con | dition of our hlooil. But we rul? along from day to day, with senroely a thought, unless forced to our attention, of the thousands all al?ut us who axe suffer ing from surofnla. salt rheum and other serious blood disorder, and whose agonies can only 1*' imagiued, Tli? marked success of Hood's Sarsaparilla for these troubles, as is shown in our 1 advertising columusfreiinently, certain ly seems to justify .urging the use of tins excellent medicine by all who know that their blood is disordered. Every claim in behalf of Hood's Sarsapanlla is fully hacked up by what the medicine bus done and is still doing, and when its proprietors urge its merits and its use upon all who suffer from impure blood, in great or small degrees, the certainly mean to inelude you. Tnn boycott docs not always work to I the satisfaction < if the boycotter*. The fact v.as lately illustrated at Schoharie. X. Y., whore some young girls deter mine,! to '?cut" all the young men who drink spirits, boor t>r elder? or who use tobacco in any form, jthe young men conferred together and adopted a novel | plan of counterfoil. They concluded that they should be just tat polite to the girls ai. ever, except that they would not look' at tliem?that is, meet their gaze. The girlB were astounded at the conjunction. When a fair boycotter would meet one of the boycotted the latter would greet her effusively, all the while looking straight over lier head. The result of the boycott is still undeterminable. A Boston paper tells a good story of a Boston suburban pastor. lie was sit ting in his library one evening recently when a knock at the door came, lie answered, and found a couple who de sired to be united In matrimony. The pastor ashed them into his .parlor and performed the marriage ceremony, after which the groom handed him a sealed envelope, supposed to contain the usual compensation. The happy couplo departed, and the reverend gentle man opened the envelope and found the following note: "If she turns out as well as 1 think she will I willcomebael: and pay yon for yonr services." IK the will of (iranville S. Ingraham, the sick poor of Chicago are remem bered in a princely way. Cue of its provisions is thut a hospital be erected there to cost perhaps SMO.OOO. certainly not less than *100,000. There arc no specific instructions In the will dealing with the hospital beyond the mere di rection that it is to be erected for the "sick poor," and that it be supervised by Mrs. Ingrahain. One of the prominent magazines re cently published a story which was ac cepted twenty years ago, nnd now when it is given to the world its au thor is dead. Talk abont bceortnng fa mous through writing for the maga zines, it is but blind hope. It is the soap ad. writer who acquires fame and fortune, too. , Tiik Art Amateur calls attention to the fact that at Dry Earth the Indian women on the reservation are making lace, and states that the Introduction of the industry has had an unlocked-for result In making them very neat lest much of the market value of their labor be lost. , A tocso man of Winnmac, Wis., loved two girls, lie loved one jnstas much as the other, and the other ns much as the one. So ho set them to cooking a competitive civil .service din ner and married the otw who got the highest average percentage. BUCKLEN'S Alt NIC A SALVE. The l>est salve in the world for cut* Cdl'Slain*. corns' and all skin eruptions, and ItVis^a^t?^o0^ve?pci^^otr<l'?l'ti',f''c' gjr^box. tor *ale by claJ?fy * . ' ? p. m. We give below the Ikhhoii Hint will l>e discussed by the lUptist aud Pn? byterisn societnw. Tone.?Ho* In pray. Nehsmlah'asx.m pi*. >?h ft.)t:J?a. *, itv l'. The spiKl" of prayer i? a* universal an the spirit of religion. From the tiiue of Aduu's first petition to the last ay of an afflicted soul u cloud of inaaw has continually rii?.u Ufore Ood. Prayer has been so universal liecause men Jive believed that the One to whom they prayed was able and willing to answer their rwiuests. Christians have Ix-en in pecially tirrn in this belief, with the nat ural result that prayer has lieenconstant and earnest. In the Scripture anil out of it we have numberless cxarophw nf pray ing uien. Such is Nehemian. 11< anug that his brethren in Pali-:i;ie are faring poorly, he appeals to Ood in their behalf ond leaves a model of how to pray What ore some of the characteristics of true prayer ns exemplified in the prayer of Xcheminh? 1. A proper acknowledgment of (lod (Neh. i, 8). This is lupraue3 in his iu troSuctciry address, which is. "O Gml God of heaven, the terrible Ood. that keeiieth covenant awl mercy for them that love him." Prayer should always be introduced by a proper ackmnrledg inent of the greatness and gramlm** of I God. Thus Jesus in his model prayer taught us to pray, when ho began. "Uur Father in heaven." The wonderful at tributes of Ood nmkc him such a Ood as it is good for us to pray to. and these at tributes should be suitably cxpn-sscd. 2. Earnest entreaty (verses 5. 0. 8. II; Tliis is expressed iu tlio appeals. "1 be seech thee" and "Let thine ear be atten I tive." etc. Nehemiab appeals to (Jod. He displays a spirit of great earnestness, showing his faith in God's ability to hear and answer his prayer, and show ing also his great desire to bo hoard and answered. Earnestness and inijiortmiity are necessary to success in prayer. Si Jesus taught us in the |iarah!eof the I judge who granted the willow's ropiest I simply because of her importunity. Oo<l I delights in our ' earnestness, and we I should in prayer havu the spirit of Jacob when ho said, "I will not let thee go ex cept thou bless me." ; 3. Bumble confessions (verses 6.7) In these verses Nehemiab humbly confesses the sins of himself, his family and his ]>??<? pie. Ho confesses that they had "*ti. t kept the commandments, nor the slat ntcs, nor tho judgments" of the Lird Confession of sin is absolutely neress in to success in prayer. John says. "If we confess onr sins, he is faitlifnl and just in forgive us onr sins." Bumble confession should always characterize our petitions to Ood. We should confess our sinful ness and ntter unworthiness of uil Ood's blessings. The Lord loveth a humble and contrite heart 4. A pbuiding of God's promises (verses 8, U). "Remember the woril that thou coinmandest Moses." Ood has promised to hear and answer oui prayers, and lie has taught ns by precept and example that we are to recall these promises and plead them in prayer. Thus will we have what James calls (v. 16). "The fcf-j fectual fervent prayer of a righteous limn [which] availeth much." Bible References?Ex. xx. tt: I Kin>;s I xvii, 1; Ps. cxix, 58, 145; Iv. 17; Prov.j xv. 28: Dan. ix. 4-11: Luke, xxii. .1 ? >bn iv, S'J-'it; 1 Cor. xiv, 15; Epll. vi. IS: Pliil. iv. 6; I Thess. iii. 10: 1 Tim. v. 5: I Pet. iv. 7. Tin* Kptvortli league. The opening of the Kpwortli league's new Western headquarters in Chicago recently marked a big step in the prog ress of Ihe leagrte It is exclusively a Methodist Episcopal institution and was organized in the interests of the young people and of the clinroh. Tho league is only 8j years old, yet it has D.U00 chapters, with a membership of 700.000. while the 1,000 cliaptcrs each in the southern and Canadian church districts bring the total membership nn to nearly a million. The object of tho league is to promote intelligence nnd loyul piety in tho yonug members and friends of the church and to train them in works of mercy snd help. Any yonng pooplo's society may become a member of the leagne provided that it adopts its aims and general plans. It is governed by a board of control, con-1 sisting of five members appointed by the board of bisliojm. five by the managers of the Sunday School union, five by the I managers of the Tract society and two from each general conference district I Tlie board meets annually, and the mem bers bold olflce for two years. ;1 Wnnderer'n Soiig. Whom (Sod rnwards wrlth fullest mwusuro 1 He sdnd* Into the world *u wlde-^ > jjfl He sliowh him all tho fairy treasure V ; 'M Of wood, of Mrenin and mountain fid*-! :?| The hrooka from rock to rock are fllnstof: Their foam; on hl?h lh? larks rejoice. ; HWhy should not 1 wit h them be aiuginK. o With happy hourt, with merry voice? HFor he who gulden all nature's forces, M Whowutclie* o'er tho swallows' flight And holds tho pianeW to their courses, ,|| Ho, too. will lead my steps arlghtPViftj.'SH n ^ | riant Slm<l? Tteen. Again tho time of year has rolled around when deciduous trees shod their leaves. The host time to transplant de ciduotis trees is during tho fall of tlu-ir leaves in theuutomn and tho bursting of the buds into leaf in the spring. There is little choice in many portions of tins I country as to what particular time dur ing tho period mentioned trees should be transplanted so that the soil is in; I proper condition. In this soction, where ! winter is well defined, tho planting ! period is divided by cold weather into; I fall and spring, and the relative advan tages of the seasons are less a matter of moment than the fact that not nearly as many trees are planted in either us there I ought to be. Bowever, this is an oppor tune time to remind those who have a place to plant a tree that fall is a lietter time than spring to set out trees.?Mc Keespcrt Times. . o??GOO???? ? TUTFS o JTiny Liver PiHsJ vo? an autl-blllous ami ontl-malarlal ? remedy uro wou^ful in their oir?:ti|fc In frvctng the ny?U?in of biliousness [I and malaria. No onr living in ft Malarial Regions O should be without them. Their use sn pre*?nit?* attach* of chill* ami fever, 4*1 LS(limit* ir'iip, bilious colic. ami civrufy tb? system strength to r^ist all the ? evils of im unhealthy un?l Impure I't-jga ?no?tpt?rr?". i:ii jca?itly ?\isi?r-c??ute?l. W Price, X5c, Office, 30 Park Place, N. V# ?????????? JOHNSON'S >% INSTAHT KILLER OFPAIN. KA.-v"*??- ? Interna! and External. MB^V. :*ti For Wan or Beaat. Can* Kthriiniiiti-in. \?urnlsh?. Nrlat i?*n. liam? llark. Kidney Afl^tion*. Lumbago, i 'ontractcd Muscle*, *?oi***. tJuroTbroat, < 'ol 1?*. VUolrru llorbaM. ? ? -a m |>-and llfadarlie ill*t?nti>. ' ? ? ' 1 ? ? . . ?? ?! \-l' Quinsy. Hmtictiiti**. Earache and Toothache and all ?!, nrhiw im paiim.the Human Family are atlilctrd with Nof.tniily Imuld >??? without it. THE HORSE BRAND ?*po<-iall> for Mock, in Xif tao*l |x>werful Mm jM'ni.r rating Liniment irrexistence. Cores Col ta and < rnnu?H in twenty minute*. Hcoor. Scratch#, Wind Gall*. Ham*-* Qalfe. Bprainw, S?rollint - QoK Urni-fx. <Sria,-Rtw Bone, SUA - i u ?!.; Uir^n Holi.fw Jloni, C'tadked Tit" and all forniH Of f?Uea***? ??f both Cattle and lloraea. I ~-.r?u $1 siro WV\ ?'iio -Km. (6) Kmr py t'nnnlnabam Bros., drusfrlflj fhird ?tre?l. (Jarffcburg, W. V*. the demands. Cunningham Bros & Co Clarksburg; W. Horner, Lost Creek: Perine and Davis, Good Uoim G.W Morrison, Mt. Clair; J. H. SmalHvood. Wtlsonburg G Zenls. grocer. Clarksburg; A O. B*rres.JJ ridge port; Mike Post. Jarvisville; H.irllet and Dayton. West Milford; Mike Dolan, Wolf Summit; T. L. Bailey. Kejnolds ville; Mrs. W. B. Stephens. Syc amore Dale: It. S. Ogiten, Sardts: V. H. Wilcox & Co.. Wyatt; Mrs Lib, Jarrett, a' the blind man's store. Shinnston; E. A. Wilson. Salem: H. W. Winter. Fleming ton. 'J All persons should send for pamphlets when out. Address Dr. lii A. Davidson. 36 West Milford. W. Ya. O. K. HART. T. U KTUU. >. 11. BAHT. Point Roller Milla GuaranU-ed tlie most Complete mill in West Va., ? ml .racing all modern ini? WovemeoU. PULL ROI.l.l.l: and C-'utrifugul Bolting System through ont To the Flour Trade we offer: "LOTOS" It ran J [or Holler Patent. "OLD POINT" K ?55 For straight Roller Prooem. WCustom work will be given beet attention. ROLLER MEAL ami FEED MILL. ' Bolted Granular Meal. Mill Feed always on hand. Hiehest - Prices - Paid For all kinrfn of Grain. Steel & Hart, Clarksburer. W. Va. THE NEW VOItK TRIBUNE. IWW. CrealtM of Ile|>Nl>ll<iiii How pnpera. Knllniinl in lit nimnmd dpvotri! to tin- uolfille of Hip iTIiisscs or the Amerlrini people. . 'Die Now York Tribune ooncedes the [election of Grover Cleveland, but prom ' i- J to defend the Republican policy ou Finance ami Protection, with nil the ability it can command. HokwcII O. Horr'a great article* will In- among the feature* of The Tribune, the coming year. Men Of every political faith are invited to rend them. Thev will Mate the Republican view with frankness, point out the probable eon sennences of a change iu the tariff pol icy of the country. at d evade no issue, anil coiiocbI no fact, bearing npon the inbiecta discussed. Their thorough treatment of fumlnmeutiil principles will aid every readet to abetter under standing of profound and important issnes. A psge a week will lw devoted dnripg 1HU:|. to war stories and new* of Interest to Union veterans Old soldiers. who have soma experiences to tell, which linn not yet lieon jrinted, are naked to send the story to The Tribune for publica tion. Farming lina now liecnme aueli au enormouH interest iu the Unitcil States, ' that there is an imperative necessity for pnnkiug mora of a specialty of the fmsi ' ncss interests of the Farmer* of the country at large I'laus have Seen formed which ought to n.nke The Seinl Weekly and The Week); Tribune abso lntely indispensable to every tiller of the noil during ?" The Semi-Weekly ? pnrticularl; mended to the attention of gelwiral I remlirH. It gives niore of the kennNn oiiuvcj editorials, lwok reviews, fnreift letters ami other valnablo featnrea ? The Tribune, than thero is room for | the Weekly. The largo type nmJ column* of the Tribune \ easiest paper to read. To all who snlwcribo durjxig 1802 fori I tho I?lance of this year. Simple oopies free. Weekly. *1.00; Semi-Weekly, <2. Friends of Agriculture, Industry and the Republican party, are invited to : rtmke up clnta for this paper in their loaallties. There are four veara'of trial, i of new experiment, of discussion of glen t national topics, and of oliservation of the effects of Democratic ?upremacy before the country. The Tribune will lead in the presentation of the Repub lican view. The frienda of the splendid record of the Republican party, can aid in the ilnnl triumph of Repnbliean principles by seeing that the people read the Republican side of the Story. The Tninu.vE, New York. | Garfield Tea i Cures Constipation ; the I COMPOUND. A i^ecnt dUcoYcry by an old ffisss?.tcsaSSS?2 Me. lata* only flcursaio and roliabio n ?red. Beware SM Who tr Interior tbla. _ Ai?k C'tJOKTl COTTOM lettenaadwewili di eeeled partlou arai (a 0U>k?bui? b> 11. L. wel.i.Umjr ow iv noi.i, it. J. (True and draxglsti every ?hi in %? MtarHa?. ftMwl < cnU Li ita<rj* ht yu^ltr* *a m. o. w r. Htm iiienrinuiu, i inr T?m\iiiKi :0. ?All ?epkttmerit^ ol tl\e $toiS Well Filled With MERCH ANDISE I: :0::0: A FULL LINE OF ALL WOOL flannels, Yarns, Blankets & Ladies' Skid Made at the Glarksburg Woolen Mi . ?to +- 1 23x37- (3-ocd.s. Brown Cottons, Dress Silks, Bleached Cottons, Trimming Silk Sheetings, Dress Go Tickings, Cloth Cassi meres, Je< ISTotions. Trimmings, Ribbons, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Gloves. Corsets, Knitting Si Embroidery Silks, <3-xocexles. Tobacco, Cigars, Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Spices, Syrups, Bacon, Choice Flour, Corn Mei Hardware. Tools, Nails, Plows, Points, Oil, Moldboaids, Paints, Iron. rMZiscellaaaeo-u-s. Wall Papers, Blinds, Carpo's, Oil Cloths, Gents' Punishing (. Boskets, Trunks and Valises, Looking Glasses. Solid Supplies, Books, Stationery, Inks. Diamond Dyes, Quoensware, Glassware. Stoneware, Hay, Brick, Shingles, Salt. Peed. Choice Grass SoocI Timothy, Clover, Orchard, Kentucky Blue Grass, English Grass. Best Qu.ai2.t3r of fertilizers. Boots - and - Shoes, Hats - and ~ Gs - AND ? ?CLOTHiira-? Wll be pleased to have you call and Exan Goods and Prices Produce Wanted. R. T. LOWNDKS The World's Fair Telegram. Traders' National Bank OP CLARKHBUKO. Main Street, near Court Huuiw. Cumu ???". JWJ.OOO -:o:-r? T. Mooite Jacksos Fresiilim L Dii. Fuooho Howrlj.. .. Vioe-Proniilpnt DIRECTORS: Dh. Fuonita Howkm, Wm. Hood. T. Moore Jackho*. .T. K. Hands, W. B. Maxuk?i,. Doeii a Oeoerol Baukinu Bn?ine*?. 20-tf. C. KPHIUO SAN 1)8. Oiihtiier. West Virginia Bank. ; J=t ? Clax3s:ETou.rg'.TA7" ~\Ta.. Third ntrt-et, betwmi Muiu ami Pike. Discount- Day: WeUiiiwilay at 10 a.m.'' ' *? ' '* r 'v:?**? Ju-H. Lyon.. ....... Preiident. VC*' DIRECTOB8: Or- W. M Late, JamesH. Lyons T. W. Harrison, P. A. Bobinson. David Davidson. W .R. Alexander, Cha?- M. Hart. W. n. Freeman ...Cashier, Transact* a gt-nnral ImiikinK buniuee . ExchaiiRn funmhcil. Collcotioiia made at reaaoiible rates. No. 1.530. plM NAT I Of BANK OF WKST VIRGIN CLA.EKSBXJIi Orgnized - 186 Capital - SI00,01 DISCOUNT DAY, TUESi 10 n 'dock a. m. OFFICERS. R. T. LOWNOfiS Pre* THOa Wi?AIlItrsoN licePna LOTH BR IIavmomj I.I'.K HAYMOND A?'t C? 8, R. HARRISON. ..2d Ass't Oi DIRECTORS. It. T. Lowaitas, T. W. Hah T. S. Spatks, A. C. Mooi Llovi> Lowndes. A. J. Loco David Davidson. Careful nttention Riven to nil new entrusted to tin. Iwnk. Collection# rwcivo strict peitoi tent ion and pnml remittance. Accounts of 1 mli vidusls, Merc Firirni. Corjmration* Winter Hank* solicited - Jesse Taxaaes CANCER3 AND TUMOU8-V. nojwv; no entint! out: no knlfr rated at Nicholas M> mil's. on. uortli tit Oakland, lid. i U A. MF.RK 30-U Sparta ? Jt you look at the f| on your papar? *** *'*** you tind that ?vero owing us yoursubscrip i Kindly pay up as we dig lit idea of having to collect.